Dealer cant figure it out, says its bad gas but I dont agree.Any ideas? Sometimes it starts right away but other times it starts only after numerous attempts. I go to two different gas stations and I also take my other car, an Accord to these same stations with no problems. Its an 06 and only has 18,000 miles. Any suggestions?
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Re: 2006 Hyundai Azera problem starting
Buy only quality brand gas like Shell and add a bottle of fuel injector cleaner during your fill up, after 1-2 tanks if the problem persists then you can eliminate a problem with the gas or dirty fuel injectors. At this point you should have replaced the air filter and done 2-3 oil changes, sounds like the battery and starter are fine. Track what you put in the tank and then go back to complain if you still have a problem.
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Check the fuse--it may be out. Fuse box is on the side of the dash (when the driver's side door is open) next to the steering wheel. Pull hard--the fuse names are on the panel door you just pulled out. Fuse puller is in the "engine room" according to the manual for a 2006 Hyundai Azera Limited, though I haven't been able to find the "engine room", yet.
Check the Lemon Laws on your car, seems something like 3 repairs for the same problem with no resolution... Go online or ask the dealer and also on the back of every repair invoice from a dealer it should give the regulations for resolution and Lemon Laws... hope this helps... or simply take it to a different dealer for inspection...
change fuel filter. If you have someone local, have them run a fuel sytem clean out on your car. Then add a can of Seafoam to your fuel. It is all about the ethanol goop problem that are causing all the problems on these cars. it fills the system up with water, and turns to gas into a brown syrup. but every 3000 miles(after this). if you add Seafoam to your car, it will keep the lines clean, break up the goop, and your car will not have line freeze up this winter. good luck